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I stayed there for 2 nights on a B+B basis. It was very clean and well maintained. The landlord was very helpful and took all are luggage up to our room. It was large and roomy and had a great shower. The pictures and detail...More
Riding back towards Cherbourg, getting absolutely drenched yet once again, I really only wanted to get onto the ferry and get home; however we had one last night to go and so my expectations were high. To be fair, nowhere looks appealing in the rain,...More
3 Thank Karin J
Response from Pierre D, Propriétaire at Hotel le ConquerantResponded June 20, 2012
I thank Karin for the compliments on the cleanliness of the room and comfort of the bathroom.
Tea, coffee and other hot and cold drinks are served in the hotel lounge. We also offer tastings of local products.
It was the first time that Karin...More
It was our last night in France, we were on a motorbike and it had rained, rained, rained...
I guess if it had been sunny and our room overlooked the pleasant gardens it would have been better but the room, though of reasonable standard looked...More
1 Thank Andrew B
Response from Pierre D, Propriétaire at Hotel le ConquerantResponded June 16, 2012
Andrew is not negative and Andrew is right : "it had rained, rained, rained and if it had been sunny it would have been better". That is true that the rooms overlooking the garden are more enjoyable.
It is true that we propose 4 different...More
Our first stay in Barfleur was highlighted by our stay at the Hotel le Conquerant, a beautifully-restored historic building (actually several connected buildings) right near the harbor of this picturesque old town. The rooms are simply but tastefully furnished, spotlessly clean, and the owners couldn't...More
Located in a beautiful little town, this hotel was perfect in every way. The rooms were beautifully decorated and the dining room was everything you would expect in a 17th century building. Ask for a room at the back so you can enjoy the view...More